Natasha Cox, a doctoral student in the Department of Human Development and Family Science, received the 2018 Jessie Bernard Outstanding Research Proposal from a Feminist Perspective Award for her dissertation proposal, “Becoming a Black Man: A Qualitative Examination of Identity Management, Sense of Belonging, and Informal Support Systems of Black Transmen.” The competitive award is sponsored by the Feminism and Family Studies section of the National Council on Family Relations (NCFR); it includes a cash prize, a plaque, conference registration funding, travel allowance, and complimentary books. Cox will present her research findings at the 2019 NCFR Annual Conference.